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Joshua Gregson
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Last updated: 9/11/2017
Joshua Gregson
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Psychologist
128 N Craig St
Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania
15213  United States
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4127084862 (Phone)
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Psychologist
  PhD
  017059
  Yes
  Allegheny
  long term psychodynamic therapy
anxiety
depression
self-esteem
  UPMC
Blue Cross / Blue Shield
Medicare
  adults
college students
older adults
LGBT
all races, ethnicities, and nationalities
  English
  psychodynamic
humanistic
existential
eclectic
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United States
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  Allegheny
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Education/Experience
Postdoctoral researcher at Western Psychiatric 2009-2012
PhD in Clinical Psychology at Duquesne University 2009
Predoctoral Internship at Vanderbilt University PCC 2007-2008
Social/Volunteer Organizations
Greater Pittsburgh Psychological Association
Keeping Our Work Alive
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I help people having difficulties with adjustment, anxiety, depression, relationships, and self-esteem. If you are struggling with a recent transition, if you worry a lot, if you often feel sad, if you repeat the same relationship problems again and again, if you feel badly about yourself--these are the kinds of problems I help to address. I help you become more aware of how your thoughts, feelings, meanings, and experiences play a role in your problems. I help you learn tolerate your emotions and change how you relate to yourself, so that you live more freely and happily.
My specialty is in helping people address the ways they contribute to their difficulties without realizing it. I help you see clearly the unrecognized influences that repeatedly channel you into difficulty, and I help you take on your fears and acknowledge your limitations to find a new path forward.
I value learning and have a broad education. Before psychology, I studied physics, mathematics, and the history and philosophy of science. This background is an asset in my work, especially with students and academics. I continue to pursue learning through supervision with mentors and participation in study groups.
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